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issue you're most concerned about the environment or energy or healthcare or absurd military spending. it's all driven by corporate campaign contributions and campaign contributions from the .1%. so it's the politicians that are doing the bidding of those guys. and that's why the government is doing things that don't support normal people but supporting corporations and the richers people of the country. >> we started something called wolf pac to get people out of politics. until you solve that part of the puds. you can't solve any other issue because they're corrupting all the issues with the swarm of lobby he'ses. before you leave, "the young turks" ice cream flavors young turkish delights or cenk monkey or uygurt. >> i like the young turkish delights. here is a pocket stamp. every time you see a bill, hit it baby, it's good. >> cenk: ben cohen founder of ben and jerry's a pleasure. >> thank you. >> cenk: we're getting money out of politics is incredibly serious, but when we return, there is way too much rape in the military. our next guest will try to help solve that problem. she's
it was designed to deal with the real environment. you can't go down to the local exxon station and say we're going to buy some fuel. it's any source that is local liquid we ran to villages in bangladesh making electricity off the cow dung. we hope to build a sterling cycle generator. especially if we build these large kiosks, we'll bring in ways to store it because in this kiosk we'll put in battery systems. we'll start with they do have access to electricity. and then as technology becomes more advanced as mutar we'll deliver downtown, and it will create jobs, it will create the opportunity for people to get information, and they'll be areas notice of this device, these kiosks that are kept cool. not only for beverages but for vaccine and medication. and these things will be connected to the internet, to the world. when we start bringing all the partners together there will be basic needs water electricity communication, healthcare. we think mobile training, you know, through mobile devices that did not exist before in that environment, so it's a very very--it has wide implications. you
and being educated in an environment that looks like that world benefits each and every person whose part of that environment. that's often forgotten because we tend to think of it only as what benefited the individual who might be admitted. because of affirmative action policies. >> eliot: which is why so many presidents of institutions of higher constitution say do not keep us the freedom-- >> it's very good to see the president of the university of texas on the steps of the supreme court defending this. there are those who are saying to the courts we need this type of administration system. we need today's world to considerate amongst a number of factors who we admit. >> eliot: let's pick up on that thread. you say race alone cannot be the the deter manet factor. has race become a smaller and smaller percentage of what you look at when you measure access to opportunity? >> i think most universities are looking at a wide variety of factors of which race is one. family background, what high school you went to, ethnicity grades, test scores, a whole range of factors, participation in extr
change the intensives for bad behavior. these folks are in gridlock environment where they win overwhelmingly in the re-election. >> and you know why. i'm from nonpartisan redistricting. i think it's a disgrace disgrace what is going on. they draw their own lines. 80 out much follow the congress, if you don't have the competition that i have every day that keeps you fighting hard thinking hard, i don't rest. if you were guaranteed to win lieutenant governor for the rest of your life, maybe you wouldn't work as hard as you do. it affects everybody. the only elections you have right now if you run for congress is a primary within your own party and it publishes you to the edges on both sides. the middle is gone. >> gavin: how do you get the parties to give up. that's giving up power fundamental. as chair of our party nationally, that's the last thing you're advocateing for at the time. >> i did it, honestly, gavin because it's about our future, our country. it's not about winning seats. it's about what is right for the country. we all have to step up to the plate. i've never been
a level environment for public institutions, for people who don't have access to private institutions and resources. and i think it would have been much more powerful to say this is how you create opportunity by funding resources that educate the masses. >> eliot: haven't you put your finger at the largest crisis in the obama administration. he hasn't given an architecture an intellectual framework for the public to grasp on to. which would have justified the stimulus and health care bill. >> right. i think one of the reasons he hasn't done it is he is afraid if he does that it will make him vulnerable. so he tries to stay to the context, this policy for this reason, as opposed to an overarching plan for what it means to create opportunity. >> eliot: ken unfortunately time is running short. should democrats be panicking or is this a overreaction to one bad evening? and then next week the president will turn to normal. >> they are certainly putting a lot of stock into the vice presidential debate do think this greater unsettled atmosphere around the obama campaign an
environment after 35 years last year, and i'll tell you, it just angers me completely when i listen to the republicans talk about healthcare reform. they know nothing -- because i was a compliance geek for all of those years -- >> stephanie: anybody that knows anything about insurance -- by the way you have to comfort that child -- >> caller: that is my cat protesting mittens. >> stephanie: oh, all right. it's assumed it was a child crying over the death of big bird. melissa fitzgerald what an honor. look at her film on uganda. what a delight. now that you are a home slice, come hang out here in captain america's underpants. >> i would love it. >> stephanie: that's it for us. i would like to thanks chris lavoie, jim ward, tee bone, jacki and everybody back at the current control room. we'll see you tomorrow on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
of the environments -- i don't know if there is something about the vice presidential debate setting in general but it seems like the older more established seasoned pro gets the bet er of the other one. dick cheney over edwards, and lloyd benson over dan quayle. something about the vice presidential debate is a little better for the older guy. and i thought biden clearly had home court advantage. he was in command. had facts and stories. you want to talk about reagan and tip o'neill, i was there. >> bill: yeah, and he said martha, look i wanted to straighten you out too. i was in the oval office with the joint chiefs when they said this is what they wanted. i was there with the joint chiefs when they said that. >> absolutely. i this -- there were a couple of women i talked to last night who thought he was maybe a little rough with her at that moment. but he was commanded and authoritative, and it's hard to come back from that. if i don't know want to disagree with them, disagree with the joint chiefs of staff. >> bill: and as he said on more than one occasion facts matter. >>
by fox us in on his own budget questions. >> he is inexperienced in this type of environment. you know, the national venue, and we'll see what he has been made of. it has all been smoke and mirrors. these guys call themselves fiscal conservatives, and america now wants fiscal conservatism, and the ryan budget increased the deficit, increased the national debt $3 trillion, and doesn't balance the budget for 25 years. >> stephanie: yeah. >> you are corporatists is what you are. >> stephanie: that's exactly it. you are absolutely right. >> steph we're democrats, and we get -- people think that we're trying to just spend this country straight over a cliff, and that's not true. the democrats don't want to do that, and we got to talk about it and how they are doing it. >> stephanie: yeah mudcat i'll be watching tonight along with you. have a good week. >> all right. you too. [ applause ] >> stephanie: evan you are in miami. >> caller: hi. steph, love your show. >> stephanie: thank you, go ahead. >> caller: i watched the debate the other night, and the only take aware was
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